Its been too long. Small engines are a personal hobby; something I can do with our kids and my father. And its an opportunity to learn from “old” technology. I sincerely enjoy understanding the designs of the past; especially when we can’t implement the simplicity today (e.g. due to emissions).
My father picked this up. A first year, all original, one-owner 1971 Suzuki MT50 Trail-Hopper. Has 2665 miles on it. Included is an old Suzuki ad for this fun little machine (courtesy of CollectorsWeekly).
In the process of getting it back running, I could not locate a Service Manual for the MT50 that was freely available. Its important to pay it forward. Here is a scanned copy of a complete Suzuki Service Manual & Part List for Suzuki MT50 TrailHopper 1971, 1972, & 1973. The best section? Reed valves and C.C.I. pages 103-108.
May we take this opportunity to express our appreciation for your continuous efforts in expanding the sales market for our products. At this time we have marketed the Suzuki MT50, which has been made completely new in style and excellent in performance. The Suzuki MT50 has outstanding mechanisms such as reed valve, Suzuki "C.C.I." system and automatic clutch. The engine performance has been improved especially in low speed and climbing ability. And also its top speed registers 48-56 k m/h (30-35 mph). This Service Manual explains, mainly, the principles and construction of these new mechanisms. The most important items, such as disassembling, assembling, tips on adjusting, maintenance standards and tips on handling, are briefly but clearly described in this Manual. By making a practice of using this Manual, it will assist you in performing perfect servicing.
Came across this silly error while trying to enter DHCP reservations into Server 2012 R2. The issue is not related to the IP being outside the DHCP address pool.
If you try to add an UPPERCASE MAC address:
You get the following (un)helpful warnings:
“The Unique Identifier you have entered may not be correct. Do you
want to use this identifier anyway”
“The DHCP server received a message from a client that is not valid”
Which tells you nothing helpful or informative. After adjusting the Address Pool, it because clear that was not the issue. Using a random MAC address generator, the generated MAC worked without issue. Ironically it was lowercase. I converted my failed MAC address to lowercase and it worked without issue, even outside the Address Pool.
Ideally this saves others a few minutes in their day.
Edit the “shutdown_registry_printer_purge.bat” batch file. Go to Line 19 and 20 and change the server name in quotes for both lines. Two lines per printer.
REM ------------------------------> Add these two lines per printer to remove and change server name <------------------------------
rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /gd /q /n"\\print\PaperCut"
rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /dn /q /n"\\print\PaperCut"
Go to Line 23 and change the server name in quotes. One line per printer.
REM ------------------------------> Add this one line per printer to remove and change server name <------------------------------
ADPRINTX.exe /r "\\print\PaperCut"
Edit the “printer_hive_cleanup.vbs” file. Go to Line 117 and 119 and change the server name in quotes for both lines. Two lines per printer. A special thanks to Mick for his wonderful vbs script. If you want a less forceful method, Mick also references a way to do per-user registry edit using Active-Setup (I did not test this method).
Add the .bat file to a shutdown or startup script. The script must run as the SYSTEM user.
Other Resources on adding/removing Windows printers
While I rely on Windows 10, this is classic example of reliability engineering.
Keep it simple.
Because of time constraints, posts will be short and to the point.
Cortana would not index files and as a result, Windows Search was effective non-functional. A clean reinstall with our current set of GPOs caused my domain account to crash Cortana. Even after excluding the suspect GPO, my user profile would still not allow Cortana to index files and Control Panel/Metro settings. The error was: “Search results aren’t quite ready yet, but we’re working on getting them together. Try back in a few minutes.”
Google tells me many others are having the same issue: here, here, here here, here, and here if you want to read and learn more.
The fix? This assumes United States English. If you want a different language, copy/paste the files from the same location from a system with the identical language; e.g. en-GB
For the reasons Windows 10 is an upgrade, a freezing start menu is beyond frustrating. After rebuilding the Windows Search database, confirming DISM is healthy, did a CHKDSK and System File Checker, I was running out of ideas.
Before becoming aware of the Microsoft utility, I did my own fix. Using a tool called Unlocker (portable version; part of my digital toolbox) you can forcibly rename/delete files locked by the system. FYI, Unlocker can cause false-positives with anti-virus software. If you are concerned, please upload your downloaded copy to VirusTotal for a second scan.
Using Unlocker, I went to the following location:
Hit “OK”. Action should be “Rename” and change the name to “DatabaseBackup“.
Finally you should get the following prompt; his “Yes”.
Let the system reboot. Now – Reboot again – a second time
You will have to recreate your tiles but your start button should at least work and search.
In short, Direct Booking and all the associated mailbox delegation controls that were in Exchange 2003 became confusing in 2007 and became a mess in Exchange 2013.
This is a short, reference post.
At this point in time (Mid-2016) most people already experienced this pain but, through these links, I finally tracked down multiple issues with Room Resources not sending Accept/Reject emails to Delegates.
Lastly, and because we have a manageable number of Room Resources, go one-by-one and save them using the EAC. Decent double check because in at least one Microsoft Exchange Team blog post they mentioned that EAC does cleanup when it is saved post-upgrade. Specifically, a few rooms under “Booking Delegates” had a setting “Use customized setting to accept or decline booking requests”. Change the Room Resource to either “Accept or decline…” or “Select delegates…”.
We had a specific application that did not want to run on as a virtual machine ( VMWare guest).
“This program cannot run under VMWare or Virtual PC”
“Sorry, this application cannot run under a Virtual Machine”
Tell VMWare to prevent the guest from knowing its a virtual machine (VM).
Kudos to this post on superuser.com.
In this particular situation, all access to the guest was done over Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP); in other words, graphics performance was not critical.
NOTE: The modified VM will have poorer performance, especially with graphics, and VMware Tools will not work. This is an experimental configuration and not advised for long term use.
Shut down your VM. Add the following lines to the .VMX file of your VM (refer to this KB article from VMWare showing how to add these lines to different enciroments; e.g. Workstation, vSphere Client, etc.)